February 27, 2018
Dr. Mindy Gautama is passionate about relationship building between patients and health care staff.
A family physician who has practiced in Airdrie for 17 years, Gautama enjoys looking after her patients at numerous stages in their lives.
She also sits on the board of the Highland Primary Care Network, an organization with 68 doctors serving 68,000 patients in the region that is responsible for numerous health promotion programs and clinics, including maternity, chronic pain and women’s health.
“I am very passionate about primary care and the importance of having a family doctor,” says Gautama.
The mother of three teenagers is also one of eight general practice delegates at the Alberta Medical Association (AMA). In that role, Gautama represents family physicians and helps set up policies for the AMA and medicine in general.
Sara Chamberlain says Gautama is a kind, caring and competent family physician who gives back not only to the medical community, but to local organizations, including local sports teams and schools, as well. Chamberlain calls Gautama “one of many unsung heroes in the health profession.”
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